Nah man, 4runners are surprisingly capable. Used to love off-roading in mine. They have loads of off-roading capabilities. 4hi, 4lo, locking rear diff, Ans for the past several years they’ve had an offroad system that monitors each wheel for slippage. I’ve definitely gotten it stuck at times, but it’s unfair to compare it to other soccer mon-esque cars.
Yeah, they’re terrific, but you can’t put a price on a half million-mile yota drivetrain. Granted, getting the frame there on the older stuff takes some fluid film every year. But even with the propensity towards rusting, I’ll pay the Toyota tax for a used 4runner, taco, or tundra 9/10 times.